Part 2: We Fall Down, We Get Up

bleeding heart and autumn leaf

There’s lots of talk about resurrection this time of year, from the good news of the Easter story to what we witness outdoors in every new flower. But what does it really mean to us, in a practical way? The Catholic Benedictine Sisters of St. Mary Monastery collaborated on this 10-part answer to the question of How to Practice Resurrection Every Day. We will publish it in installments over the next couple of weeks!

Still, like dust, I’ll rise. – Maya Angelou

New life takes place every moment of our lives, literally.

With each breath we ingest new atoms that are incorporated into our very cells. Researchers estimate that we replace 98 percent of the atoms in our body ever year. Continue Reading